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Damar Hamlin released from ICU, flies home to Buffalo to continue recovery
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Local surfers react to news of The Eddie receiving green light for Wednesday
Surfers are eager to compete in The Eddie despite receiving just two days’ notice.
The Eddie is on: Aikau family
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Hawaii speaks on importance of climate change action
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Tua Tagovaila yet to be cleared for football activities
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Volunteer at Sanctuary Ocean Count to help count whales
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$10M to revitalize Oʻahu small businesses
COVID and the mounting recession has made it more difficult for small and mid-size businesses to succeed.
Hikers rescued at Kapālama, Diamond Head trails
O’ahu has many ways to enjoy the natural environment. Hiking trails are the top of many people’s lists for both locals and visitors.
Gambling bill coming, but what does that mean?
In the U.S., two gambling capitals come to mind, Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Most people are comfortable with sequestering the vice of gambling to locations away from their homes, but there are those who feel that the money that gambling brings is worth embracing it.
Best time to go whale watching in Hawaii is now
According to Ultimate Whale Watch & Snorkel the best time to view them has started.
LIST: Best healthy spots and eateries to try on Kauai
Trip Advisor ranks the best healthy restaurants and eateries within a region and came out with their list of best spots on Kauai.
Millions of Fisher-Price baby seats recalled after more than 100 infants die
Around 4.7 million Fisher-Price baby seats are being recalled again after they were linked to more than 100 infants’ deaths.
LIST: 700+ crimes reported to HPD in past week
There have been more than 700 crime incidents reported to Honolulu Police within the past seven days.
2023 Hui o Heʻe Nalu Backdoor Shootout
Watch day one of the , in memory of the Duke, live.
How businesses can minimize taxes and avoid tax problems
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Gov. Green discusses first 35 days in office
In his first 35 days in office, Gov. Josh Green discusses his accomplishments and plans for the future.
Jan. 9: Hawaii lawmakers to discuss sports gaming bill
Food 2Go — Mana + Pua Hawaii
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Caring for your sick child and keeping them healthy
For parents, this time of the year is usually when your child may always seem to have a runny nose or a cough. And this year it might be even worse with all the respiratory diseases floating around. So how do you treat your sick child,